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akchatte
EC should arrest CBN
by akchatte on Mar 22, 2009 10:54 AM  | Hide replies

EC should arrest CBN on this announcement. If distributing note is illegal, why not this? I would request DMK and TDP to come out of populist sops and vacating exchequer. I recall in this context a BJD (Naveen Patnaik) remark:

"Though central government gives us money, we implement the plans to distribute it to people. So, people think that it is state government that is doing everything for them. And people of Orissa think Naveen Patnaik gives us money."

More the people remain in darkness, more they are illiterate, easier its is for regional parties to fool them.


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J Chandrasekhar
Re: EC should arrest CBN
by J Chandrasekhar on Mar 22, 2009 11:45 AM
you are right, India after independence made ppl more dependent on govt with its irresponsible policies. Reservations in educattion and jobs based on caste, subsidies, freebies, loan waivals, interest waivels, etc etc have killed the finnacial decipline and also created disorderly life

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Prasad
Re: EC should arrest CBN
by Prasad on Mar 22, 2009 11:53 AM
First ask Congress Govt. to cancel all sops. The Con govt in AP led by the father of all mafia YSR started all this ... Rs.2 rice, free houses, free medicare, payment of fees in colleges free power etc . "Poor" people are not in a mood to listen to the the development mantra of the once progressive CBN. He has no option to make a better offer to these worms than YSR

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J Chandrasekhar
Re: Re: EC should arrest CBN
by J Chandrasekhar on Mar 22, 2009 12:05 PM
prasad,

this kind of sops whether introduced by Con or TDP are a bane to the society. Are we not seeing the reservation gangs ridiculing the standard of education?

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J Chandrasekhar
Re: EC should arrest CBN
by J Chandrasekhar on Mar 22, 2009 11:45 AM
you are right, India after independence made ppl more dependent on govt with its irresponsible policies. Reservations in educattion and jobs based on caste, subsidies, freebies, loan waivals, interest waivels, etc etc have killed the finnacial decipline and also created disorderly life

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Jai Hind
It is Naidu's turn
by Jai Hind on Mar 22, 2009 08:39 AM  | Hide replies

After Tamil Nadu, It is Naidu's turn to make few lakhs Indians to begger / lazy and get fascilities without any contribution to country's GDP.

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dengudubabai
Re: It is Naidu's turn
by dengudubabai on Mar 22, 2009 10:23 AM
shutup sado

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rajendra K
This is nothing but BS Bigger then US
by rajendra K on Mar 22, 2009 08:22 AM

In India every onewill be poor on the ration card. They cannot get the right numbers. Any who does not have government job can get poor crtificate. This is going to kill every one. We say we are poor country.

How much was obama's tax benifit $13 month. Mr. Naidu is giving $20 at the minimum. That is tax benfit So thay have work for that. This is free money. GOD can save

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Ritesh Mishra
Constitutional
by Ritesh Mishra on Mar 22, 2009 07:57 AM

Promishing CASH after elections is as Good as BUYING Votes !

What the Hell is Happening !Where is Election comission ?Where are the Courts ? Where are the Real Politicians ? ....

Shamelesnes to the Core ......India wake up !

democraticpatriot02@gmail.com


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baski
Not a bad scheme
by baski on Mar 22, 2009 07:47 AM  | Hide replies

DMK promised free colour TVs. The UPA govt is giving NREGA program which is unimplementable. Many govts are promising free food. Looks like everyone wants people to be beggars. Good for India.

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Ritesh Mishra
Re: Not a bad scheme
by Ritesh Mishra on Mar 22, 2009 07:56 AM

and Doling out CASH promish , seems to be a perfect Moral Code of Conduct ...Jai Ho

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Giri Girishankar
A glaring bribe
by Giri Girishankar on Mar 22, 2009 07:11 AM  | Hide replies

The soundest way to improve the quality of life of people is to generate ample employment opportunities and not to give hand-outs. In a country like India, at least for a few years more, we cannot help relying on the government to provide the necessary incentives. But provide suitable incentives to capable entrepreuners to generate employment and expand the local economies. Doling out money to individuals and groups will only prolong their dependence on others and thus be disintivised. On the other hand the government should challenge the people to become productive while providing them with the necessary facilities to become so.

TDP's scheme is irresponsible and is clearly an election-time peomise which is tantamount to a bribe.

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slash five
is this a social security ?
by slash five on Mar 22, 2009 01:57 AM  | Hide replies

how's the money going to be raised, especially when its less than 10% people who pay the taxes ?

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Gopal Ramesh
Re: is this a social security ?
by Gopal Ramesh on Mar 22, 2009 08:52 AM
Why on earth should people pay taxes, if this is how the tax is going to be used? Farmers' loan waiver, NREG and other schemes are no more than Ponzi schemes - rob Peter to pay Paul!

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CongressIN
Re: is this a social security ?
by CongressIN on Mar 22, 2009 01:59 AM
Naidu accumulated a lot, so he can do it for next five years.

Samual Reddy will now anouce double and he can do it for next 25 years. He accumulated more than naidu. And he will get from Vaticaan and west.

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Malleeswari Jagabattuni
Is it not bribing people for votes?
by Malleeswari Jagabattuni on Mar 22, 2009 12:34 AM  | Hide replies

Election Commission has to take a note of it.

If the party in power promises this Election Commission objects it. What about the same thing being committed by the party in opposition? Role of the government is to give the subjects decent administration maintaining law and order. Not disbursing money.

Somebody should think it seriously and stop this nonsense.

Brahmam

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Prasad
Re: Is it not bribing people for votes?
by Prasad on Mar 22, 2009 11:58 AM
Why did the election commission not take not of Pomzi YSR's free power scheme 5 years back?


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New York
Check the current YSR govt schemes
by New York on Mar 21, 2009 10:26 PM

wwwDOTaponlineDOTgovDOTin/apportal/HomePageLinks/GovernmentInitiatives.htm


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Sanjay Reddy
Cash Transfer Scheme ...
by Sanjay Reddy on Mar 21, 2009 09:09 PM  | Hide replies

Naidus Cash Transfer Scheme is based on similar social security schemes now working in over 35 countries. It is nothing new but an interesting and different way of empowering the social security of people especially in 3rd world countries.

All these schemes come into picture just because the Congress - in all its 62 years of rule - has never built any kind of robust social security schemes for Indian People.

We should be open minded when we hear about these new schemes which are running successfully elsewhere in the world.

Congress leaders starting from the Gandhi family have stashed millions of dollars in swiss banks and there is about 1.5 Trillion Dollars in Swiss banks. That itself shows how this country has been looted for the last 60 years and that too predominantly only the Congress.

Thats what rankles in India - people like the gandhi family get to be elected over and over again even when their share of the loot is singularly the most in the entire world. Except for the Gandhi name sonia and her family have neither competitive education credentials nor cultural credentials...

Naidu is a small, small fry when compared to the loot of even YSR in the last 5 years, leave alone the gandhi's.

And we have people rooting to elect the gandhi's over and over again.

This is a scheme working in other 3rd world countries and hence trying to doubt its implementation in India is not good. When its working there - it can work here.

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Anand Acharya
Re: Cash Transfer Scheme ...
by Anand Acharya on Mar 21, 2009 09:52 PM
Are you copying your neighbour in everything you do on a daily basis because he is doing certain things since last 35 years or 35 of your neighbours are doing it (with equal enough social/economical status) OR use your brains also sometimes, instead?

Funny logic it is - that 35 countries are doing it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kaam Karnaa Sikhaao - Muft Ki Roti Khana Mat Sikhao; Apne Deshvaasiyonko!

We are supposed to be pretty brainy compared to other western countries (& it is showing in those segments where brain is needed) - Why do we want to become COPY CATs?


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Vikram Raj
Re: Re: Cash Transfer Scheme ...
by Vikram Raj on Mar 22, 2009 12:01 AM
oh boy... finally someone talking sense. if this scheme were to be in place, everyone will produce papers to claim this benefit. teach how to fish, do not feed fish.

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Anand Acharya
Re: Cash Transfer Scheme ...
by Anand Acharya on Mar 21, 2009 09:52 PM
Are you copying your neighbour in everything you do on a daily basis because he is doing certain things since last 35 years or 35 of your neighbours are doing it (with equal enough social/economical status) OR use your brains also sometimes, instead?

Funny logic it is - that 35 countries are doing it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kaam Karnaa Sikhaao - Muft Ki Roti Khana Mat Sikhao; Apne Deshvaasiyonko!

We are supposed to be pretty brainy compared to other western countries (& it is showing in those segments where brain is needed) - Why do we want to become COPY CATs?


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Anand Acharya
Re: Cash Transfer Scheme ...
by Anand Acharya on Mar 21, 2009 09:55 PM
Are you copying your neighbour in everything you do on a daily basis because he is doing certain things since last 35 years or 35 of your neighbours are doing it (with equal enough social/economical status) OR use your brains also sometimes, instead?

Funny logic it is - that 35 countries are doing it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kaam Karnaa Sikhaao - Muft Ki Roti Khana Mat Sikhao; Apne Deshvaasiyonko!

We are supposed to be pretty brainy compared to other western countries (& it is showing in those segments where brain is needed) - Why do we want to become COPY CATs?


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Anand Acharya
Re: Cash Transfer Scheme ...
by Anand Acharya on Mar 21, 2009 09:53 PM
Are you copying your neighbour in everything you do on a daily basis because he is doing certain things since last 35 years or 35 of your neighbours are doing it (with equal enough social/economical status) OR use your brains also sometimes, instead?

Funny logic it is - that 35 countries are doing it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kaam Karnaa Sikhaao - Muft Ki Roti Khana Mat Sikhao; Apne Deshvaasiyonko!

We are supposed to be pretty brainy compared to other western countries (& it is showing in those segments where brain is needed) - Why do we want to become COPY CATs?


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